Calphalon Nonstick Cookware

Yanodizedou can update your kitchen with this great looking cookware set from Calphalon called Calphalon 13-pc. Commercial Hard-Anodized  best Cookware reviews Set. The charcoal-gray matte finish of the Commercial Hard-Anodized series not only looks sophisticated but is impressive in performance:  Pan from this set can sears meats over medium heat, cooks evenly, and stays stick-resistant without having a nonstick finish that can eventually peel. Moreover, hard-anodized pots and pans are safe to use with metal utensils and under the broiler. Riveted on for strength, the stainless-steel long  handles stay cool during stovetop cooking and are oven-safe and lids are oven safe as well.

Heavy-gauge aluminum is responsive to temperature changes. These pans feature the original Calphalon hard anodized surface, which is non stick without the Teflon coating and worry about the peeling. You do not have to also worry about seasoning your hard anodized cookware as you would for cast iron. It does not rust, or react to food discoloration. It is oven and broiler safe. We like Calphalon 13-pc. Commercial Hard-Anodized Cookware Set.



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What is 18/10 Stainless Steel Cookware mean?

What is 18/10 stainless steel mean? and what is grade 304 and 316? Do they mean same thing?

We recommend 18/10 stainless cookware Stainless steel is actually an alloy of metals including steel, carbon, nickel and chromium combined. There are three type of stainless steel available.

1) 18/0: 18% chromium, 0% nickel, 82% other metals
2) 18/8: 18% chromium, 8 % nickel, 74% other metals
3) 18/10: 18% chromium, 10% nickel, 72% other metals

Detailed explanation:

Steel is an alloy that combines various metals including iron, carbon and other metals. Stainless steel made from various metals to make final combination of material to be stronger, harder, greater resistance to corrosion and rust.

Chromium gives resistance to corrosion and rust and nickel gives its shine. Hence, many nickle free cookware will be not shinier. Many experts believe that 18/10 combination meaning 18% chromium and 10% nickel with other combination metal provides the best cookware that is stainless, corrosion and rust free and shiny enough to see your face in it.

To add more confusion, new numbering and naming standard has changed how stainless steel products are being built and marketed. New series is called 300 series which is in addition 18/10, 18/8 and 18/0 stainless steel products.

Although 18/8 stainless steel is similar to 304 grade, and 18/10 is somewhat similar to 316 grade steel, but % of chromium and nickle and carbon have little wider range and varies a little.  One of the clad or multi ply cookware set we like is Emeril’s Pro Clad Triple Ply Stainless Steel Cookware Set

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Best stainless steel cookware

Cuisinart 12-pc. MultiClad Pro Stainless Cookware Set

Cuisinart Multiclad Pro is looks elegant and contemporary cookware for the professional and home chefs. The 18/10 stainless steel pots and pans exterior includes a  beautiful brushed finish, while the interiors are mirror-polished and are  non-reactive to acidic food reaction, meaning food will not get discoloration or taste change like it may do in some reactive metal cookware. Stainless steel has a triple ply with aluminum core in base and side walls  for, quality  even heating during the cooking process. Solid cast stainless steel stays cool to touch during cooking. The set comes with tight-fitting stainless-steel lids, and east and drip-free pouring rims on the pots and pans.. The set’s  piece are oven-safe to 500 degrees F, and the pans are safe for broiler-use, too.

best stainless steel cookware review more details on this cookware set.

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Stainless Steel Cookware, Cast Iron Cookware, College Students Cookware and Making Pefect Rice

Perfect Rice – How to Cook the Best Rice Every Time

Rice seems to be the easiest dish to make but making a perfect dish is not always so simple. I know as I have tried many ways to make fluffy and tender rice.

Stainless Steel Cookware – Understanding Stainless Steel Material

Stainless Steel cookware is one of the most popular and most used cookware material in home kitchen. Stainless steel is actually made from an alloy or mixture of metals steel, carbon, nickel and chromium mixed together.

3 Must Have Cookware Pieces For College Student – Guide to Cookware

I remember when I was in college and away from home, I did not have any proper cooking pans and pots. I ate out in cafeteria, fast food places a lot. It was expensive and not very healthy. Having a few proper basic cookware pieces could have helped me cook a few basic and simple recipes at my dorm.

Benefits of Cooking in Cast Iron

Many of you have heard of cast iron pans for cooking. These pan and pots are great for retaining heat, so food can be cooked evenly inside the pan. These type cookware has many benefits and can be useful at home cooking as well outdoor cooking on grill.

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Buying Cookware Tips, Thermal Cooker Guide & Cast Iron Cookware

4 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Buying a Cookware Set

We all need at least one basic cookware in our kitchen. Before you head out and buy any cookware sets, read these 4 questions to save you time, money and for having a great cooking experience.

Cooking Quick and Healthy Meals – A Guide to Understanding Thermal Cookers

Did you ever wish you can make easy meals in 10 minutes that is not only nutritious, healthy and cheap to make? If you ever wished you could eat and carry hot meals with you at the beach or at picnic? Look no further, a thermal cooker is the answer for getting just what you wanted.

Understanding Cast Iron Cookware and Its Benefits in Cooking

Cast Iron cookware are one of the best choices for many passionate professional and home cooks. These type of cookware has many advantages and benefits compared to other cookware material. First of all, it is great heat conductor and it retains the heat very well which makes food cook evenly and thoroughly in the cast iron pot.

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Halloween Party, Vitamix Review and Rachel Ray Cookware

Halloween Party, Vitamix Review and Rachel Ray Cookware

7 Ways to Host a Fun Halloween Party

Halloween gathering can be fun, spooky and spectacular, if we can make some plan ahead and share the joy of bringing great food. Here are 7 ways to have a fun, frolic and happy party that you and your guest will enjoy.

Is the Vitamix Juicer Right for You?

Vitamix is loved by many professional chefs and critic and touted as one of the healthier ways to eat and drink food made from Vitamix. The company means it when their logo says “It is not a blender, it is Vitamix”.

Rachel Ray 10 Piece Hard Anodized Cookware Set

We recently purchased Rachael Ray cookware set 10-piece in fun orange and black color. It has most commonly used cookware pieces which are great for sauteing, boiling, steaming, simmering, and frying and also for oven baking as well.

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Everything you wanted to know about cast Iron

Cast iron is one of the best cookware material to cook food in, as it is great heat conductor and cooks food evenly! We love to cook in cast iron cookware, and enamel coated cast iron cookware. Find out everything you wanted to know about cast iron cookware in a few of these hub articles. I also like making rice in one of the best rice cooker, which make fluffy and crisp rice to go along with my curry or stir fried vegetables.

Cast Iron Cookware: Learning About Cookware Material: Part 1 An Introduction to cast iron cookware, learning about advantages and disadvantages of cast iron and difference between bare cast iron and colorful enamel coated cast iron cookware. Great read. best cast iron is enameled cast iron cookware dutch oven that we like and use.

If you want to know how to season your bare cast iron cookware to make like a nonstick surface without chemical peel of Teflon, then check out the process on: How To Season Your Cast Iron Cookware :Part 2. It is a simple process and very easy to follow for anyone.

How to Clean And Maintain Your Cast Iron Cookware: Part 3 Part 3 of the cast iron series show you how to keep your bare cast iron clean and maintain for long lasting cookware. There are simple steps that make you cast iron cookware last long time.

Dutch Oven: Only Dutch Oven Guide You Will Need Ultimate cast iron dutch oven guide, also shows our best enamel coated cast iron and Le Creuset dutch oven that we like. One place for everything cast iron.

Enjoy Cooking.

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